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Dec 9, 2011 7:00pm EST
down to texas. democrats say that makes a bill dead on arrival in the u.s. senate. >> their proposal doesn't have a shot. it is one of the republican senators as what we are doing here is pointless. >> republican leaders in congress are still playing politics at the expense of middle class families. >> republicans do plan to vote on the bill next week. john boehner says the bill is a compromise between both parties and is worthy of the president's signature. >> the controversy dream act, one step closer to heading to a public vote next year. announced it is no longer challenging to petition that would put the issue on the ballot. they will continue a lawsuit. the dream act allows illegal immigrants who meet certain requirements to pay in state tuition. >> another cold night on tap, but the most frigid temperatures are out there. top tells us where they are and how long it will be before they get here. and they don't speed away to escape. they speed over to target for a little shopping? we'll have details on the cab jack coming up next. >>> the washington, d.c. veteran's affairs m
Dec 21, 2011 7:00pm EST
to get rid of one storm. we'll get rid of a little energy. it doesn't look like much in texas. this is going to be our next storm as we get into tomorrow night. we have about 24 hours in between storms. the clouds are going to stay tough. but the warm air is going to also hang tough and be with us right on through tomorrow night. this is the area that is now just coming into texas. you can kind of see the tropical jet coming on board here and that is going to roll in here again tomorrow night. in the meantime the first storm is pretty much gone. all of the showers across the bay. the frontal boundary is to the west of us. 60 in bethesda, rockville. 59 in arlington. 60 in springfield and 60 in reston. we would be pretty happy with these temperatures in october, let alone late december. so here is the deal. mild through thursday. mild again tonight. it looks like both commutes tomorrow will be dry. both the morning and evening commute. the rain comes in quickly thereafter on thursday night. and behind this system dry and just a little bit cooler on friday. but we trade the 60s f
Dec 16, 2011 7:00pm EST
's still ahead. but first, making criminals out of child play? why the people in one texas town accused the city council of doing just that. we'll explain coming up. >>> fairfax county schools now can install surveillance cameras inside their buildings. the school board approved a plan allowing that late last night. there are some restrictions. schools can only put the cameras in cafeterias, hallways, and other gathering places. not in locker rooms, or classrooms. >>> a 12-year-old charged with a crime for firing a nerf dart gun? the park city council passed a gun control ordinance that would ban firing any gun in the city limits. that means any gun from rifles to bb guns and nerf guns. anybody with violations would be charged with a fine of $500 and well, as you might imagine, the parents and the mayor do not like that one bit. >> what it does is it criminalizes 12-year-olds who get a bb gun for their birthday and go out on their 2-acre lot and shoot at a target in the backyard. >> i'm not looking forward to getting a $500 fine for that happening. >> how could this all happen in tex
Dec 20, 2011 7:00pm EST
new mexico to texas. drivers are stranded. in fact, in at least five different states. so you like that snow too, don't you? >> that's a little crazy. it is going to get milder tomorrow. there's no arctic air anywhere in the country. >> going to melt some of that snow? >> the roads are much better now. we're looking at temperatures in the 50s today. maybe 60 by thursday. are you going to be okay with that? >> i'm going to be okay. >> let's start with the satellite picture. we'll zoom out to this storm and in terms of what is left of it winter wise, there's not much of this storm. a little bit of mixed precipitation and extreme, extreme north eastern kansas and north western missouri. that's really it. and really we're looking at all the snow pulled out of much of eastern colorado and kansas. they will be able to clean up and it will melt a little bit. as we go eastward, it's rain in chicago, rain in detroit. you think late december, that would be a lock for snow. no. now we have a cold front just to our north. a little colder to the north. 40s. south of the front 50s. it's not
Dec 22, 2011 7:00pm EST
't an official endorsement. bush also says he likes texas governor rick perry but he doesn't seem to be going anywhere. george bush senior says i'm not the biggest advocate. gop presidential hopeful ron paul is bristling at reporters out on the campaign trail. gloria borzer in iowa. she kept asking him about controversial newsletter published in his name. those containing racially charged comments. [ no audio ] >> talk to people like you. >> and then he kind of just walks away. we don't have the sound for some reason. in any case, another controversial comment included in this statement from 1992 in which ron paul said order was only restored in la when it came time for blacks to pick up their welfare checks. so what do you think about all of this? even though we didn't have the sound, should ron paul be held accountable for the things said a long time ago in his name and were his questions out of line. he said he didn't even know what was in the newsletter until a decade after they were released. he doesn't believe it anymore. send your comments to mail bag at >>> rising from the
Dec 5, 2011 7:00pm EST
or other four, if you include the congressman who says he is not running again in texas. ron paul, thank you so much. sounded like rick perry for a second. do you think that it's really down to those two now? >> i don't know. because if you interviewed me in august, i would have said newt gingrich is out of it. he resurrected himself. go back to '08. hillary clinton was ahead of obama. anybody is out of it or it is just down to these two gentleman. right now, they are the two ahead of everybody else. >> it's been a roller coaster. we have seen six different candidates at the top of the field this year. so you know, we are getting closer and closer to when voters get to have a say, january 3 in iowa. you wouldn't want to bet your farm on newt gingrich yet. >> does this come from a dissatisfaction? >> there's been some of that and distraction, especially with the person who is sort of considered the front runner. mitt romney has the most endorsements. he has the most money. he has been around the track before. there's clearly a desire among a lot of republican voters to see if there is
Dec 8, 2011 7:00pm EST
construction of an oil pipeline from canada down to texas, but president obama does not support that. >> the keystone pipeline project will create tens of thousands of jobs immediately. >> however many jobs might be generated by a keystone pipeline, they're going to be a lot fewer than the jobs that are created by extending the payroll tax cut. >> if congress does not strike a deal by december 31st, more than 150 million americans will lose out on the tax break. >>> to hawaii now and an incredible show from mother nature. hot la va from a volcano is sparking small fires and consuming everything in the path. look at that. the molten rock is coming straight down into an a bon donned neighborhood. the air -- abandoned neighborhood. the area is closed off. you can see it from the air. the lava is expected to make its way down to the ocean where it turns into stone. >> maybe that's why it's a vacant area. >> that would be. >> what flows downhill, lava. >>> another bright weekend. we talked about the winds last night. the only thing that upset me about today was the winds. check this out.
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